Have got | 持っている(have)

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Grammar Rule

Examples

I have got a brother.
They have got a swimming pool.
He has got a cat.

Remember!

I have got a brother. = I’ve got a brother.
You have got blue eyes! = You've got blue eyes!
He has got a sister. = He's got a sister.
We have got a cat. = We've got a cat.
They have got a swimming pool.= They've got a swimming pool.

Be careful!

For negatives add ‘n't’ or 'not'.
I haven’t got a brother.
I have not got a brother.
They haven’t got a swimming pool.
They have not got a swimming pool.
He hasn’t got a cat.
He has not got a cat.

We say... We don’t say...

Have you got a brother? Yes, I have. (NOT You have got a brother? Yes, I have got.)
Have they got a swimming pool? No, they haven’t. (NOT They have got a swimming pool? No, they haven't got.)
Has he got a cat? Yes, he has.
(NOT He has got a cat? Yes, he has got.)

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Submitted by Anonymous on Sun, 15/05/2022 - 15:04

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Dear team What the diffrent from : He has got a new computer game. And He is got a new computer game.. Is the second sentence true?? Thank you very much for your answer

Submitted by MissInternetEarth on Mon, 16/05/2022 - 08:26

In reply to by Anonymous

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Hi SeriousParachuteWinter,

The first sentence is correct: 'He has got a new computer game.' We can't say 'He is got a new computer game.'

The first sentence uses the verb 'have' - that's correct.

The second sentence uses the verb 'be' - that's not correct here.

 

I hope that helps!

 

Best wishes,

MissInternetEarth

LearnEnglish Kids team

 

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